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Old June 4th, 2012, 02:12
Shadowmare Shadowmare is offline
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I had a cat called George. I had him for just over three years. He was my little ninja baby and loved him so very much. When i went to travel to the northern part of my state, my father took him in with his brother Shadow for the week i was gone. The day my landlord died (at the age of 91 - he was like a grandpa to me) George went missing. He never leaves the block dad lives on and doesnt go further then a few houses each side. Dad seems to think he was taken and then dumped or just taken. I cried for 7 months and hes still not home. The day after my Nan died (last week) i found a picture of Nan with George on her lap when he was 12 weeks old. It now seems that they are both gone. How do you know that your pet that you have loved for so long is really gone or just somewhere that you cannot see?
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Old June 4th, 2012, 04:05
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I had a cat called George. I had him for just over three years. He was my little ninja baby and loved him so very much. When i went to travel to the northern part of my state, my father took him in with his brother Shadow for the week i was gone. The day my landlord died (at the age of 91 - he was like a grandpa to me) George went missing. He never leaves the block dad lives on and doesnt go further then a few houses each side. Dad seems to think he was taken and then dumped or just taken. I cried for 7 months and hes still not home. The day after my Nan died (last week) i found a picture of Nan with George on her lap when he was 12 weeks old. It now seems that they are both gone. How do you know that your pet that you have loved for so long is really gone or just somewhere that you cannot see?
gooday shadow, just read about george your cat, i'm sorry love, i love pets, have always found cats in need of a mum, they find me infact, so i know how your feeling and worrying for him and missing him. i know that words won't take your sadness away but i wanted to say that some of us stand with you cos we love all gods creatures, all are precious, i do remember them in my prayers and i will remember you also, dear friend, please join us any time for a chat, we stand with you. god bless.

chrissie.
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